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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 June 1852

* * DEVOTED TO SOUTIERNRIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS W.1. J. FRANei.4, Proprietor. r *! O . TERIS--T Dollar P i V- SUMTERVILL E, S. O., JIUN E 29, 18,52. TEMPERANCE. LITTLE PELE,C(l THE ]1) UNKAU L'S S'ON; BY WILLIAM T. CoiGSIALL, Author of " Oakslaw," " Neil Elton," "'rnT Toper, Esq.," and other Tules. CHAPTER . The Christmas Supper 1eleg.-A homely name for a homely boy, but a boy as good as he was homely. Peleg Brown, or as the school boys tauntingly called him. because his complexion was nearly the color of a hazel nut, BrownI Pe leg, was the son of a worse than widowed woman, who lived in an humble cottage on the outskirts of a village situated upon the romantic stream, Kishacocuillas, a Pennsylva nia tributary to te noble Juniata. Peleg's mother, one of those gen tie womien, who seem only able to hold life in its sunshine aspects, but whose experience is an evidence that they have latent strength for cloud and storm, was worse than widowed, because he...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 June 1852

THE SUMTER BANNER ' NLV TULI)A Y MIORNING BY W. J. FltANCIS. TWO DOI.LAItS ii i itilce, 'Two Vilinra and IE'ify Centa at the expirtnion ofr , snutis, or Three DollarA at tie end <of the year. N.o paper tisiwlnitucd until, all arrearnIs are rAsb, u1nens at tie option of the l'r priet,'. Advertiseaaucihs inserte lat S V I:N IT Cents per square, (1: linii- or less,) f.r ep .and half that asuln for eLch stisitj.-nt inse onr ,, ,- .. - a . , - . ''he number of insertins In be imarked on Xil Adreni e ntwcn or they will b,, puhtii.het until OIereTd to be discontinueil, antd charged SUt": DOI.AlR per sqpuare fCr a single insertion. Quarterly anil Monthly Advertise: Pnet's will he charted thr saine ta a single ini iortion, and seni-tmoathl; the stuce as ne w 0510n ut vere htimniliating to Beitlher party, itimte friendship ot' youth iwas renewed hetween the- little wvo'id-sa w yer and. the lit tle girl whose kind her:t head coured . hin it situation of t rust ie(. ppyfig. Peig hid been a: ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 June 1852

S aOlm OF Ti116 Sta -etr:;ons whae avocations necessarily expose them to the sun camujt, be too caret'ul of themselves. It is very evident that all men cannot carry utmfbrellas, aud-perhaps there may be some vlue in i suggestion which has been Col Imunictagtl to the editor of tho Alex:ni dria, Vig Gazette. The wri'er says: -'lu *oivursationi with the lady of one of our C'omiaodores who has late ly been stationed ait Pensacola, where the officers and men were tmuch expos ei to the heat of a tropical sun, she told me that they adopted a very sim ple nbde of protection by wearing iii "l qwnved huts in the inside of ty placed a quantity of' raa cc3 to i, which completely warded Intense heat.-AL this scasonc, tdhe v hear daily of deaths caused hycqyp-de suleil-would it not he well to iutntnetd our otanii us drivers, and all tecantties and laborers, who art'sg much exposed, to try the ex perinienti' LASTIN EFEC'r OF O U A No.-There is a strange delusion allee ing t he minds of half;e farm...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 June 1852

LLANEOUS Jterciant Peddler, or ,Baying Clap. p9 the reader may have a nt, as a friend of ours has, for g things cheap. We -ay per '--for it is a weakness with which apy are troubled, and it is a most biisive one. There are many who been tempted to lay up goods re moth and rust doth corrupt, Sely becanse they were obtained p,!but it is a poor policy, anid ronising peddlers is a still poorer e. One of these wandering Jews pt into a counting room a few dad s oe, and, after warminig his hands, ed to the gentleman occupying seat of authority, just then busi . gaged in weighing the evidence mg the true cause of the re a i, Wbig defeat, so admirably and eferently attributed by the Atlas, thei.Daily Advertiser, and the CJouri .a.er,.and.politely inquired if lie would :i e to look at a vest pattern ? P 'o, no ! Don't bother me. Very just now.' tis the best article and the neat tlttern you ever saw.' ~ont awant any vest patterns.' .Eut just look, sir,'-and the ped ar had a piece of vesting un...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 June 1852

.:i. a ELLANEOUS. lKercliant Peddler, or Buying Cheap. ape the reader may have a ant, as a friend of ours has, for ng things cheap. We :ay per pa-for it is a weakness with which any are troubled, and it is a most ponsive one. There are many who p been tempted to lay up goods ere moth and rust duth corrupt, erely becanse they were obtained reap, but it is a poor policy, and onising peddlers is a still porer e. One of these wandering Jews * pt into a counting rooi a few dad s ce, and, after warming his hands, ned to the gentleman occupying a seat of authority, just then husi. engaged iu weighing the evidence arding the true cause of the re Bent Whig defeat, so admirably and differently attributed by the Atlas, the Daily Advertiser, and the C'ouri er, and politely inquired if he would like to look at a vest pattern ? t; 'No, no ! Don't bother me. Very sy just now. " j " It is the best article and the neat tpattern you ever saw.' .Don't want any vest patterns. B 'ut just look, sir,'-adt...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 July 1852

' 't' ,'4 r; 6 ' o 3 1 r . G : ti , . t ,, a + 1, 1 t't , Y , ; a I x "F1 .r t 1 , 7 <. , X11. .1 I 1 i + d.. . }a . }y ' . y " f " R: ti } " ' oil 7l r' Y " :" 7 r, !' ^ t Yrv . .-r A It1"\ yr {ti / . rr"i"y.l"r ') }" ,lN' 1.1Y. J . rFr4Srr\d. l A "\ 1 'MMif r If '+,M ['. trr 1 r 1 ti l 4!' 'ti 11- F 1i+t - : rrti'h /,i' r .. E{ ",rT'1 1 9 2 y,,f ,. y;. 1"A F .1 .i j r. 11 1 +r 7 at il '> .1. tlll yl, }t j t' i f \x, ivy y .t. r 1 r1 V'4 nL ' ya, ae J't . ar ... titi , ! h r 4K' ! ji t "' d o? t w ! e: r 4"1r " lr , 1 r4?!kV +11 ' "1 4 C '{ t t 1 ' 1, , " 1 Vt. 4'V' I 4 4 1( yi tl,. , .t e t DEVOTED TO SOUTIIEIIN RIGHTS, D EMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATIJR' . ," '' : F-ALANCIS Proprietor. 4L.VI. a +. UMTER VILLA, S. t., : ULY 13; ]18: POLITICAL. From the Southern Press. is f Sc aps and Iusings. No. 93. t.nL[ WHIIG PLATFORM. ere seems to be an impression lly gaining ground among us, he Whig party is rapidly ap : mating towards the Democracy. hisis a great mistake ; it is the Al, orac...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 July 1852

.0530ITEU 1 f TUESDAY MOR., ING ~-. 441 ~" ?B)~4 A( ,W. J. FftANOIS. TEia, . tLLAItS in adVance, 'Two Dollarn (fty htl at thd espiratiun of six months, 'te Dellra t the enc!'of the year. ppet discontinued until all :arrearages wp unles at the Option of the Proprietor. Advertisements inserted at SEV ENTY Cents r square, (12 lines or less.) for td half that sum for each subsequent The number of insertions to be marked ldvertlsements or they will he iuhlished s Ired to be discontinued, and charged E DOLLAR per square for a single on. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise will be charged the sane ats a single'it on.and semi-iuonthly the saine as new ones Frqm the Southern Press. - egenp.l .Expluaiautios. 1 h stateme.nt maude by Iy coil i e lains. ti silence of the 8 etthorn resa.)n t L - suhicet of the nioeratio-. inominations. 'hat si has been p-rotraeted., -far loitnger ps agreeable to either .t' us, !Y v~e .Verr have...heen at'eus tom1ed necal our opinions on aty subject ublie: interest. I...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 July 1852

ni bf he ar. - - .'tltt ail "' fteaftg6 - of the Proprietor '(1s_ ines'.or lees,) fo 'bmfoa'eaoh slabiequps i pfLIssertions to be marks iuentrthey will be putllshe . 1 o ~~pu aged ,and .char e ur tiri~ah'-MnthAd'veruso - d the. aanear a single'in !s onthly the pate ra i ew one Southern Press. -- XzpIaunution. nad .,by my col n t sience of the .4: 19 ubject. of the t gnitet ttons That si Y $h pr .tri3t . 'ar lpnee i'calle tp either .of us dptionsi on'ny subjec ,Rest. In this case- wi yconsented to waive their ex n- or Mitime, in'order to -allov nterestosd to relieve us, au< ies, frotn a most : painful an Sasm posittion Self respec n of our keeping silence "iU our right :nd our dut years past, since the ostal etiu aper, it has been uti Qoitduet and control of Mr i g myself;' and "during th our connection no . seriou 9o enti t has ever befori been us. Our differene 1at tul'ns odia ques iay 'not ofprinciples; 'for th< Oldhiae' ever avowed an 7ier3>are stil1 entertained by u s p...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 July 1852

S 'i;" MTER BANNER Is PUtIsnDiI 1)ERY TUElSDAV Y MOR I ING } BY W. J. F1RANCIS. DOILAlts in ad'nnee, Tw. Dollarn F 'itd'fty Cehti at thi nxpliratiuon of six inmilths, ;or'Titeo ulhlhirs nt the end of thle ytar. No paper dliscontinued -untit. all ,arreara. rAi, unless iat the optUon of tile i'r.pirietor. Advertisenents inserteil at 11: N l'Y - E4 Cents per sqtire, (12 lines or less.) for Ae fitsti and hiall that sum for each subsequent ihrtidn-. - The nutimr of iser'tioii to be mnarkedl r-ti'- Advertisentents or they will h- publishlie' S}tntil ordered to be discontiiued, an eharged -accordingIy. " ' ON E. DOI.RA per soinare for a sing'; ::;.~ 'insertion. Quarierly tol Mi':iahly Adv.-rtis x,'1;"" M nts will be charged the sei tsnin t n Itl ini pertion, iad se i-c ntii h l y the sN :- :s .. 41w eta.-s Fritm the Soutlhe'rn l'ress. MersomniaI IEpIIntionI. The sta.teitett ittle biy i Iny ('I eagti e:pllailns the silen1c of tii Southern ["ress. in the sub j'ect of the D remocratic lotrlin...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 July 1852

nf.vidtwaiiiunghna formail tender r 'f toi tlie Pr osidot of the Secretary 'p of thfiavy dated on Wednes lal >;:.ergie decisiot iin the matter t bod it'dl tao-3rroW. iW Ubster will leave here on da f ithe' North. H-e expects m bout the first of August. r ;t ie meantime he will consider and termhie whether he will remain in ecabinet. It is understood that his eat inclination is to retire and vis Etrope." inI a private capacity, Augth1e does not positively reject ig offer of the British mission, now at 4 sl:disposal. The probabilities are he will ultimately resign. 1 ILJTICAL MoNUMENTs IN GEOnGIA. S' "thO Savatnal Rejm/b'/ican of yes rdag/-we find a letter from the Ilon. - ries ,. Jenkius, of Augusta, Geor a to one of the editors of tat journal, which he states his preference for tivity to "the reluctant support of hr one of the Great Availables." a oRapubli -an states that intelligence - spn the. interior leads it to believe ten. Scott will hardly have an - bW ral tieket in Georgi...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 July 1852

the Collegian. FJe Wisha. # i tere on some bright Isle, es .sunny stream, rtal woe, nor human wile 'right path could gloam, o*erets bursting 'neath the tread, ojld bloom in endless spring, y zephyr. round my head i icy.odurs fling. would I rear a bower divine, e'ideligh tful grove, rile and the rose entwine, - -! -&the home of Lore. ver blooining fresh and fair, Qath the tropic ray, la 1flewer that scents the evening air1 Suties should display, e that bower's delightful shade, tight a despot there{ se ome bright Uirca'saian maid, 1'T ifalrest of the' faif. a F~*ho had sought Calypso's shore, for Calypso's smile, }KElOrbraved the whirlpool's dangerous roar, " :ki"} ut for the Syren's wile I !o ul'd' I live, unnamed, unknown, tUasting-in minstrel line no trump of fame be blown, martial triumph mine, eorld around Wright rise in arms, t WAar's clanging blast resound; ould not hear its wild alarms, or tremble at the sound. hat sweet bower at eventide, Yz'< "Y?With fair Zulema at m...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 July 1852

\ y N lr J ?h {f., .+t r t 4:f a +. . J,. 9 , 'I '" ~ 75 4 s a' t rJ ' * r.; "f L . Ya t r ," . 1 t }, yt I I a1,4 ' 'i yrl M ar 'I''?' Ii , : II "4 (y 14 . r'. ? x'J, i;. " ,Y i r. "i"t J, t r * t, 1. Y r .a i f . ', ti v ' H"t., n. : t , . l 1 i }t r. _ .. ; 4r , _{ . I "'I 1 2 ' tj1 r t ,,j'ty"_, ,i i ,+' Et+ 1". !' c i _ ,f 11 -1. L r. , .; .. \, .. , t"" .ft".i 1y t " b 1 .ti 1I ..I; H: 17- J. tf:. .n" *12 / Y. 71 t ., 11 I I , DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGhTS, DEMOORAO, NEWS, LITERATIJR ITIF. J. FRANCIS, PrOjorletur. Daly-ailb our Uixttw VI. SU11ITEIIVILLE S. C., J U t. . Y 2 0, 1 8 5 2 POLITICAL, From the Southern Standard. No Party Politi. When leaders of faction, for their selfish ends, resolve to keep alive in the State the spirit of dissension, no fueasure which tends to unite the peo ple can be expected to meet their ap. 1!robation. When they openly earped t,,or in sullen silence submitted to the action of our State Convention, they plainly showed that nothing :hort of the pow...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 July 1852

r.,n Vi.-. ilI T SUMTEhRBANNER' - ' Ia PUBLIsHID SY TVE SIAYD YIEOR1f NG BY W. J. FftATvCIS. . .TE RMS, +WO DOLLARS in advance) 'wo Dollars Yrz.L.A. Fifty Cents at the expiration of six tnonths, threN Dollars at the end of the year. r No paper discontinued until all arreariges .A1 lAI unlels at the option of the Psoprietur. Advetisement Iierted at S NTV went Centa per square, (12 lines or less,) for tie irst, and half that sum for each subsequent rtion. The number of insortions to be marked l' Alertisements or they will be published natil'ordered to be discontinued, and charged 'sebdinav. gy OR UE DOLLAR per square for a single hisertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise asnt will be charged the same as a single in arilon, and semi-monthly the same as new ones WasuINoTON July 12, 18:32. Editor of the Southern Standard: ' So far as the condition of the Wa er market affords a correct indication of the impressions of the public men ftow in Washington, relative to the -result of the appr...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 July 1852

2'IaeEbouy TItbket ,John: P. Hale, of- New Harmpshire, ' Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky, . been announced by the abolition B es as-the probable candidates of tl e nti-slavery party for ithe Presi den and the' Vice Presidency. The abolitionist convention, to ho held at Pittbubg on the 1Ith of August, is ex pected to nousiniate these gentlemen; but it is very doubtful whether they will receive the undivided support of the faction to which they belong. The arbolitionist will be thiidly wooed, and probably some of them may be won, by the free-soil organs of Gen. Scott; but any compromise which may lie made in his behalf with the enemiei of the South, will soon prove to be a two-edged sword. It will lop off morb southern whig votes that it can detach rom the anti-slavery party. No bar gain that may be struck up between the ocnfidants of General Scott and any portion of the anti-slavery men - can long be kept a secret; every move nient squinting in that direction will be jealously watched. ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 July 1852

r't &nAomg for the Ladies. Rh Lorigus day is dawning, girls; t hotdionItrt shall be free; gown& end binitets; caps andti aWle, r+ . - longer we shall ale t miVebber. blesA her hrit, sweet git ! 1 put the scheme on foot; leads tile truth ( of male attire; 'a ni d w e m ust f "ilow suit. Q'i dress iin real i- bifurcate," girls, ith glossy beaver hats, j,, AYid don the most bewitching coats, r And Brummel tied crayats ; Wil-lwear superb gilt bittons, girls, ' &Upon'our vest of buff; right extra, rich, plain, trehle gilt, Flat surface-that's enough ! M t : 'bh- won't we look bewitching, girls, When we are so trimly drest? "No mortal man can brave a'nr charsn, Thou he may strive his best ; . '' he-whiskered folks rimj enfy; girls, Our many garbs and airs; But let them fret until they tire 'oor tellows I no one cures: 'erna s a few rt "'cut" us, girl's, And lay us on the shelves; S'i But what of that ! we'll crook our arms, And act the beaux ourselves ! And'ii.tlie th Bity ruf...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 27 July 1852

:;r .-a. /., , .'." " +3Y rte ' 1 ?y ; $"_ " "' S C ;YL\'j ;"h.. + r M7 w /r: .- r i ;. rr. ; " L .'+ ", LZ y il1 t W}7ii. Aw l k D ? +,' 1i r . 'fix +," ' y ., 4 r } ) y +? +++ f ail+ r1 y , R (,"1 t} 1 ' \ '.Y + F + ; 7 + } lr } ; 1", S M 1 ~Y' r}1\' 1 N - J.. '1ST ""t 1 ' , Y+," i[" :r;i r '' + , .'. - cfi Ixyri F / ' /Vii ' '' f L --^^ .., - , 'I .. " - " %'!Y -"i.+ ... , .. .. ., Ino/ i i)i\OTEDTQ SOUThERN PdGIITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATIJ R1 l7.._yy u RN[ J.'saslTTY . W.U J. FRAINCIS, Proprietor. our,m ar! + : ' VOL. VI. SU1UTER*j'1LLJ;, s.",C., JULY 27, 1S 2. A DD IESS DELIVERtED nY 'THE HON. .JAMIES SI3IOVS, Speaker of the House of Represcutiiv'cx of South Carolina, on the Opening of the Free School, on the 29th. JuInne. It is a source of great satisfaction to me to be the organ selected by my colleagues of the Board of Coi nissioners of Free Schools, to ex press the sentiments which may be ao ardel as suitable and approprliate o the circumstances of the interest ing occas...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 27 July 1852

SUMTER BANNER - Is PIUtLISnEID * IUESDAY MORNING ] y V J. FftANCIS. S NDbLARtS in advante, Tiro Dollars y Gents at the expilraiohn of six noitlhs, k'Three Ddllars at rhe tid of' the year. Nit paper discotntinued until all arreurages aZ nlAI, huless lt the option of the Proprietor. Advertisnents inserted at S Ei'N'l - $i Cents per square, (12 lines or les+,) for :apt, and half hat sum fur each suibsequetii 1on. 'TJe number of insertions to he marked - Advertisenents or they will be published c' " uid1 ordered to be discontinued, and charged acoingly. WONE DOL..AR per square for a single asertion. Qmarterly nutl Monthly Adlverti-c anenta will be ch:irgedl the sone as a single in etlon, and semai-monthly the sane as new onem ig>tts of taC People-Pres . Idential Electorua-hie Pres dency. . e great, the fundarential, the distIngtuising Idea on which popuhr S6Sereignty is based, is, that time S 6 ople are the true and only source oiall power, and as ucl, III ir to make the lavs by whie...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 27 July 1852

Gebr J4tist State Convention. 'h:: ic# tih thirty-first anniversa ry o this body has.just been received, stm I wlich ve selet. the following iteinsa che se sion was held in Colui bus April 23d and 26th, inclusive, presided over by lion. Thorias Stocks us Moderator. The denomination con tains 75,540 members, 1213 churches, 674 ordained ministers, and 192 licon tiates. Consider ably more than two thirds of the members of those churches are whites.. The number of associa tions comprising these churches is .58. The'accession by baptism during the past year amounted to 5923, and the whole' nett gain in inenbership was 8080'. -Distmit readers will be sur prised that there are inure than twelve hundred Baptist churches, great and mall,in the State of Georgia. The convention owns a large amount of funds invested for various objects, of which above $130,000 are in the University funds, about $50,000 are in other investmeuts for benevolent purposes; while there is a large amount of real estat...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 27 July 1852

M.j. -P*0EOETRY. It O E t T M A c N I S ; SHAKESPEAIE. His was the wi.zzrdl spell The spirit to enchant His grasp. o'er nature ofel, Creation on his reign. - -- allt.TON. His spirit was the home Of aspirations high A temple whase huge lome Was hidden in the sky. The Seasonis as they roll Shall hear lhy n-aie ali.g; And gravol i lithe soul Of nature, live thy sonr. Stnae. Soaritng Oil )tiii(iis proud, The ligilnings o f his eve Sear the blDck ltuntder-clou'd He pmsses swiftly by. ^4 ':iii Y.' 31 S. Iit seized his count ry's lyre, With ardent. grasp and strorg , And matie his soul of fire 2* * ~ ~ Dissolve itself in soing. soUTmm . Where N terinancy flings O'er lastern hauntis hi.-r spe', Sustained on Fable's wing's. 'I . ills spirit loves to dwell. Col.Er~tr. Mlagician:, whiose dread spell, W 'orking in pile miionlight, rom1 superstition's cell, Invokes each satellite. won:os wet:-rn. IlIe hung his iirp itin Philosophy's pire shrine And, plated lIby Nature's throne, Composed each pla...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 3 August 1852

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Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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